Food Satiations are penalties from eating specific foods. Every food item has a chance to cause one or two of the 17 satiation categories to become less effective, which can be seen as a percentage on the Base Attributes screen of the character sheet, under Food Satiations.
The penalty comes into play in the following way:
But also decrease hunger in the following way:
Evidently you should eat a varied diet to keep your satiations high so as not to hinder your FEP gain.
- Satiations generally disappear in about two days and disappear faster the more satiated you are.
- All drinks restore stamina much like water, but they also buff particular food satiations. Mead, for example, buffs Game, Nuts and Vegetables by 0.5% and 1% respectively, per gulp at Q10. It is thus possible to decrease satiation to 0% by drinking. Do note that each drink also adds a negative satiation against itself, thus reducing the effect of further consumption. Also note that drinks will count as half-quality if you drink them from a non-preffered vessel (i.e. drinking wine from anything but a wine glass). Drinking vessel type does not affect the effective quality for stamina regeneration purposes.
|Drink||Primary||Secondary||Tertiary||Preferred Vessel||Made From||Satiation Debuff|
|Beer||Sausage 1%||Game 0.5%||Tankard||Barley Wort||Beer|
|Cider||Poultry 1%||Mushrooms 0.5%||Offal 0.5%||Tankard||Applejuice||Cider|
|Mead||Vegetables 1%||Game 0.5%||Nuts & Seeds 0.5%||Drinking Horn||Mead Must||Mead|
|Milk||Bread 1%||Bucket||Aurochs, Cow, Goat and Sheep||Dairy|
|Perry||Mushrooms 1%||Meat 0.5%||Creepies & Crawlies 0.5%||Tankard||Pearjuice||Perry|
|Tea||Dairy 1%||Mug||Green and Black Tea Leaves||Tea|
|Weißbier||Fish 1%||Poultry 0.5%||Tankard||Wheat Wort||Beer|
|Wine||Cheese 1%||Meat 0.5%||Vegetables 0.5%||Wine Glass||Grapejuice||Wine|
- Tea receives a 20Q buff when piping hot.
|Name||Berries||Bread||Cheese||Creepies & Crawlies||Dairy||Fish||Food||Forage||Fruit||Game||Meat||Mushrooms||Nuts||Offal||Poultry||Sausage||Sweets & Desserts||Vegetables|